Review – Barney’s Version

I once heard a film critic say that a good film had them stuck to the back of their seat, while a bad film had them jumping around in their seat like a… Continue reading

Review – Red Riding Hood

Dust off the old storybook and read up on all your favourites because over the next few years a barrage of films will hit the big screen with several directors ‘reimaging’ the classics.… Continue reading

Review – The Mechanic

Jason Statham movies are a guilty pleasure and I wonder how many people would talk to the streets in protest if the guy retired from action hero duties. Put down the placards for… Continue reading

Review – A Heartbeat Away

Watching Australian films is like playing Russian roulette but the gun is loaded with bullets and only one chamber is empty. I held my breath for ‘A Heartbeat Away’ in hopes that I… Continue reading

Review – Griff The Invisible

Superhero films have evolved in leaps and bounds over the last 20 years. We’ve got the flashy blockbusters with the likes of Iron Man and Spiderman kicking some box office butt. Christopher Nolan… Continue reading

Review – Limitless

One of the first lessons we learn as kids is to not take candy from strangers which not only saves us from getting kidnapped but also prepares us for the dangers of drugs… Continue reading

Review – Battle: Los Angeles

If aliens ever decide to invade planet Earth for real the human race is well prepared. Our weapons would be useless but over the years we’ve been taught important lessons from countless alien… Continue reading

Review – Rango

The belief that computer animated films are only made for kids has been thrown out the window. The theory has been dead and buried for a long time with the most significant step… Continue reading

Review – The Company Men

People love to waste money; it makes me want to vomit when I hear that someone spent $20,000 on a watch or $500,000 on a wedding. Greed is one of the worst human… Continue reading

Review – The Adjustment Bureau

Science fiction writer Philip K. Dick passed away over 29 years ago to the day and since his death Hollywood has turned his work into a mixed bag a films. Now everyone has… Continue reading

Review – Hall Pass

‘It’s a movie about middle aged men acting like morons’, a simple concept that has become the hottest idea to pitch to movie executives. Men have been acting like morons since the beginning… Continue reading

Review – Wasted On The Young

If I could travel back in time and meet the teenage me I would punch him in the face. I wouldn’t give him any future lotto results or the idea for a social… Continue reading

Review – The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest

Fans of any book series are lucky to see their favourite novels turn into films once in a lifetime, imagine it was announced tomorrow that the whole Harry Potter series was going to… Continue reading

Review – The Way Back

One of those television shows you always hear people talking about is ‘Man Verses Wild’ where survival expert Edward ‘Bear’ Grills puts himself in extreme situations to show you how to survive in… Continue reading

Review – Conviction

If you had a sibling go to jail for a crime they claim they didn’t commit, how far would you go to help them out? That’s the question posed by ‘Conviction’ that tells… Continue reading